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A restored vintage travel poster for New York, USA, circa 1950s and featuring the iconic Statue of Liberty.
Given to the United States by France to celebrate their alliance during the Revolutionary War, the “Iron Lady” was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and the iron framework underneath the copper plating was the responsibility of Gustave Eiffel (the man who designed the Eiffel Tower).
The statue was built in Paris and shipped to the US in 1885. Various parts of the statue were on display throughout Paris as they were completed. Miss Liberty’s head was exhibited in the gardens at the Tracadéro and her torch was also displayed.
Available as an archival quality reproduction in 9 standard metric sizes in the following formats: an unframed print; a framed print; a stretched canvas; a canvas floating frame. Frames are available in white, natural oak, chocolate oak and black sustainable timber.
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